6/18/15: Play environments where children can take risks promote increased play time, social interactions, creativity and resilience. “Risky” play can encompass behaviors that offer a jolt of adrenaline, whether it’s scaling a structure, swinging, or running amok in a way that’s a little rough-and-tumble.1
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- “Science to Parents: Let Your Kids Run a Little Wild” at http://www.citylab.com/navigator/2015/06/why-kids-need-dangerous-play/395651/ ↩